This property offers the best of both, enjoying great access to Cribbs Causeway and an undisturbed countryside position, says James Higgins
This detached bungalow has a sprawling floor plan which includes an impressive entrance hall, five bedrooms and generously-proportioned living areas. Commanding countryside views from an attractive rural position, Briery Brake is nestled behind the trees at the end of its own private driveway. Cribbs Causeway shopping centre is – very conveniently– only a few minutes’ drive away.
The entrance hall sits between two wings of the property. One wing comprises the majority of rooms in the house, including the kitchen/diner, lounge, two double-bedrooms, two single-bedrooms, a family bathroom, WC, and an en suite bathroom (to the master bedroom). The other wing is an extension containing a dining room and a double bedroom or study space.
Glass doors open on to hallway with a chequered tiled floor and a ceiling thats reaches up to the rafters. The five bedrooms are all neatly presented but some could be used as an office space or playroom if not required as sleeping quarters.
The kitchen is a neatly arranged room with integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and space for a range cooker. The laminate flooring is a practical addition to this timeless design and the room has ample space for a table and chairs for informal dining.
The dining room is an impressive 6-metre-long room with triple floor-to-ceiling aspects, while the lounge offers near-26m² of space, sliding doors to a patio, and floor-to-ceiling aspects that reach the near entire length and width of the room. The effect of all these windows is to give this property a welcoming and bright atmosphere.
The property sits on the fringes of Easter Compton but, by car, is under five minutes from the M5 and Cribbs Causeway and just over 10 minutes from Bristol Parkway railway station.
Agent: CJ Hole Bradley Stoke, 01454 626300, www.cjhole.co.uk